1. Brutally slain Kiwis' families horrified Rwandan killers resettled in Australia - report  Newshub
  2. Kiwis horrified after Australia allows Rwandan killers to resettle as refugees  New Zealand Herald
  3. Rwandan killers allegedly re-settled in Australia a 'bitter disappointment' to NZ victims' families  TVNZ
  4. Australia resettled two Rwandans accused of murder in deal with US  The Guardian
  5. Rwandan murderers: ‘Secret deal’ took in accused jungle axe murderers  NEWS.com.au
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They were sent to Australia from the US in a secret deal.They were sent to Australia from the US in a secret deal.

Brutally slain Kiwis' families horrified Rwandan killers resettled in Australia - report | Newshub

An attack in the Ugandan rainforest in 1999 saw eight tourists killed with machetes and axes, and three Rwanden men were arrested and taken to the US - two of the men now live in Australia.An attack in the Ugandan rainforest in 1999 saw eight tourists killed with machetes and axes, and three Rwanden men were arrested and taken to the US - two of the men now live in Australia.

Rwandan men accused of murdering tourists allowed to move to Australia as part of refugee deal  | Daily Mail Online

Two men once accused of butchering tourists sat in American legal limbo for years—until another country agreed to welcome them.Two men once accused of butchering tourists sat in American legal limbo for years—until another country agreed to welcome them.

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Two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists with machetes and axes have reportedly been resettled in Australia as part of a possible “people swap” deal with the United States.Two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists with machetes and axes have reportedly been resettled in Australia as part of a possible “people swap” deal with the United States.

Rwandan murderers: ‘Secret deal’ took in accused jungle axe murderers

Two Rwandan men accused of hacking tourists to death in a Ugandan national park in 1999 are now in Australia after being brought from the US as part of a refugee swap discussed by Malcolm Turnbull and Donald Trump.Two Rwandan men accused of murdering tourists in 1999 were recently settled in Australia as part of a refugee swap, after spending years in US immigration detention.

Rwandans accused of 1999 tourist murders in Uganda secretly brought to Australia in deal with United States - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Kiwis Michelle Strathern and Rhonda Avis were killed along with six others in the attack while they were gorilla-watching in a Ugandan rainforestKiwis Michelle Strathern and Rhonda Avis were killed along with six others in the attack while they were gorilla-watching in a Ugandan rainforest

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Two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists in 1999 have reportedly been sent to Australia as part ...

Accused Rwandan murderers sent to Australia as refugee swap deal: reports

Australia reportedly accepted two Rwandan men who spent 15 years in US detention after a murder case against them collapsed. Australia reportedly accepted two Rwandan men who spent 15 years in US detention after a murder case against them collapsed.

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Revelations two men accused of murdering eight people in Uganda in 1999 had been resettled in Australia have disrupted the Prime Minister's final campaign pitch.Revelations two men accused of murdering eight people in Uganda in 1999 had been resettled in Australia have disrupted the Prime Minister's final campaign pitch.

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Australian officials have so far refused to confirm or deny a report two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists were resettled here.Australian officials have so far refused to confirm or deny a report two Rwandan men accused of murdering eight tourists were resettled here.